Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Tonight sees another of the very useful and informative get-togethers between Brigg Police and our community, as the Brigg Neighbourhood Policing Panel (usually chaired by our own Coun Tom Glossop) meets at the Angel Suite, off Market Place.
Officers from Insp Brett Rutty's team will be there from 6.30pm for a confidential surgery, during which residents can chat to them in private about issues of concern.
That will be followed, from 7.30pm, by a public meeting during which police and councillors/officers can be questioned by anyone with issues relating to policing, crime, licensing and highways/road safety.

There is always a very interesting quarterly update on crime - usually delivered by Insp Rutty (pictured), who's the highest-ranking officer in the town - which includes recorded crimes/trends in various categories (eg burglary, theft from vehicles, anti-social behaviour), plus information about police responses and crime prevention issues.
Pete Scott, head of safer roads with North Lincolnshire Council, generally gives a report on highway issues, such as speeding and speed limits.
Both these senior officers then make themselves available to answer questions. So if you want to raise any issues, here's your big chance.

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